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    new inbred

    18" green on-one inbred w/rigid fork
    dt swiss xr 4.1 wheels, surly hubs, revolution spokes
    nokian nbx lite 2.2 tires
    kooka racha levers w/avid single digit 7 brakes
    salsa stem and post
    planet-x seat binder
    cane creek s-2 headset
    answer pro taper 2" riser bars
    extreme steering foam grips
    brooks b17 champion narrow saddle
    eno cranks w/34t ring
    wellgo mg-1 platform pedals
    sram pc-68 chain
    acs claws 16t and 18t







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    Nice bike. Well done.

    Nice floors, too

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    Lol!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by highroller
    Nice bike. Well done.

    Nice floors, too
    Thought the same thing meself!

    Nice bike BTW, I would have had a hard time deciding between the green and gold if green was available when I got mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WTB-rider
    Thought the same thing meself!

    Nice bike BTW, I would have had a hard time deciding between the green and gold if green was available when I got mine.
    Me. too! Great floor.

    Like the bike even though the bars are too straight
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    wow, the floors sure are popular! they are original maple floors in a factory built circa 1899.

    just took the bike out for the first shake down ride, about 15 miles. I wouldn't mind a bit shorter stem and one more spacer. other than that, this thing is fast! I forgot how jarring rigid is, my last rigid was back in '93 I think.

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    Go with a shorter stem with more rise and you will not need as many spacers.
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    Looking good vortex, i really like the look of your build - theres just something about it that catches my eye.

    Dave.

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